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Bon Jovi - Slippery when wet

Motley Crue - Dr FeelGood

Pink Floyd - The Dark side of the moon

Roxette - Look Sharp!

Miles Davis - Kind of Blue

John Coltrane - A Love Supreme

Tool - AEnima

Norah Jones - Come Away with Me

Eva Cassidy - Simply Eva

John Farnham - Whispering Jack

AC/DC - Back in Black

Metallica - Black Album

Russian Circles - Empros

Freiburger Barockorchester 

Little River Band - Little River Band

Pearl Jam - Ten

Michael Jackson  - Thriller

Hillsong United - Wonder

Ernest Ranglin - Below the Bassline

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Cosmos Factory

Anna Von Hausswolff - Dead Magic

Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run

Jimmy Smith - Midnight Special

Curtis Fuller - Blues-ette

 

 

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Any insight to those choices Spidy?

 

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  1. Slade - Slade Alive
  2. Ted Nugent - Double live Gonzo
  3. Devin Townsend - Ocean Machine
  4. Pink Floyd - Darkside of the Moon
  5. Thin Lizzy - Live and Dangerous
  6. Elton John - Goodbye yellow brick road
  7. Ministry - Psalm 69
  8. Allan Holdsworth - Metal Fatigue
  9. Blue Rodeo - 5 days in July
  10. Porcupine Tree - In Absentia
  11. Bruce Springsteen - Born to run
  12. Led Zeppelin - Song Remains the Same
  13. Concrete Blonde - Free
  14. Whitesnake - 1987
  15. Dire Staights - Making movies
  16. David Bowie - Pin Ups
  17. Living Colour - Times Up
  18. Steve Vai - Sex and Religion
  19. Joe Satriani - Surfing with the Alien
  20. Glenn Hughes - Blues
  21. Jethro Tull - Heavy Horses
  22. Drive by Truckers - Southern Rock Opera
  23. Eric Johnson - Venus Isle
  24. Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush - IV

 

Regards Cazzesman

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10 minutes ago, cazzesman said:
  1. Slade - Slade Alive
  2. Ted Nugent - Double live Gonzo
  3. Devin Townsend - Ocean Machine
  4. Pink Floyd - Darkside of the Moon
  5. Thin Lizzy - Live and Dangerous
  6. Elton John - Goodbye yellow brick road
  7. Ministry - Psalm 69
  8. Allan Holdsworth - Metal Fatigue
  9. Blue Rodeo - 5 days in July
  10. Porcupine Tree - In Absentia
  11. Bruce Springsteen - Born to run
  12. Led Zeppelin - Song Remains the Same
  13. Concrete Blonde - Free
  14. Whitesnake - 1987
  15. Dire Staights - Making movies
  16. David Bowie - Pin Ups
  17. Living Colour - Times Up
  18. Steve Vai - Sex and Religion
  19. Joe Satriani - Surfing with the Alien
  20. Glenn Hughes - Blues
  21. Jethro Tull - Heavy Horses
  22. Drive by Truckers - Southern Rock Opera
  23. Eric Johnson - Venus Isle
  24. Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush - IV

 

Regards Cazzesman

So much on your list I could’ve put on mine, 24 seemed like a lot initially, in the end not nearly enough.

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Jotting these down as they come into my head, in no particular order (maybe!)

 

1. Beatles - Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

2. Beatles - White Album

3. Pink Floyd - Meddle

4. King Crimson - A Young Person's guide To King Crimson (2 LP compilation)

5. The Who - Who's Next

6. Gryphon - Red Queen To Gryphon Three

7. Tim Curry - Simplicity

8. Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II

9. Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin IV

10. Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells

11. The Who - Tommy

12. Electric Light Orchestra - Eldorado

13. Joan Armatrading - Me Myself I

14.Beatles - Abbey Road

15. Mahavishnu Orchestra - Visions Of The Emerald Beyond

16. East Of Eden - New Leaf (really only for one track - Bradshaw The Bison Hunter)

17. The Chieftains - The Magic Of The Chieftains (compilation that set me off on a long and continuing journey of discovery of Irish and Celtic music in general)

18. Jethro Tull - Aqualung

19. Yes - Fragile

20. Fields - Fields

21. Focus - Focus 3

22. Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Emerson, Lake & Palmer

23. The Moody Blues - Seventh Sojourn

24. The Moody Blues - In Search Of The Lost Chord

 

No doubt the list would be a bit different if I sat down tomorrow and did the same thing again.

 

 

 

 

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Yes MSB, that is the whole idea, 24 hours, think about it.... no, just write it down and post.

 

No bands with Helicopter in the name................ But I see El Dorado.

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Just what came to mind over the last 5 minutes. 

 

Dire Straits - Making Movies

 

Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery

 

Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

 

Pink Floyd - The Wall

 

New Order - Power Corruption and Lies

 

Hunters and Collectors - self titled debut

 

INXS - Listen Like Thieves

 

John Foxx - The Garden

 

Neil Young- Everybody knows this is Nowhere

 

Journey - Escape

 

The House of Love -self titled debut

 

Prince- Sign of the Times 

 

Billy Idol - Rebel Yell

 

Massive Attack - Blue Lines

 

The Fixx - Shuttered Room

 

Roxy Music - Flesh and Blood

 

Hipsway - self titled debut

 

Radiohead - The Bends

 

Simple Minds - Sons and Facination

 

The Church - Heyday

 

Prince - Purple Rain

 

New Order - Low-Life

 

The Sisters of Mercy - Floodland

 

Rufus Du Sol - Solace

 

 

 

 

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Batty, to my ears, Eldorado seems to be something of a standout for ELO, though I daresay not all would agree.

Don't know any Helicopter bands though, sorry.

 

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Duane Eddy - The Twang's The Thang (first album own money)
Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue
Bill Evans - Waltz For Debby
Dave Brubeck - Take Five
Booker T And The MGs - Green Onions
The Beatles - Meet The Beatles
The Rolling Stones - 12 x 5
Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow
Gordon Lightfoot - The Way I Feel
The Beatles - Sargeant Pepper
The Doors - The Doors
Albert King - Live Wire / Blues Power
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin
Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited
The Rolling Stones - Let It Bleed
Frank Zappa - Hot Rats
Santana - Caravanserai
Oregon - Distant Hills
John Mayall - The Turning Point
Joni Mitchell - Blue
Annie Lennox - Diva
Paul Butterfield - East West
Dire Straits - Love Over Gold
Little Feat - Waiting For Columbus

 

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The Beatles - A Hard Days Night.

The Small Faces  - Ogdens Nut Gone Flake.

Pink Floyd - Meddle.

Steely Dan - Countdown To Ecstasy.

Leonard Cohen - Songs Of..

Mahavishnu Orchestra - The Inner Mounting Flame.

Brand X - Moroccan Roll.

Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue

Black Orpheus - OST (Orfeu N*gro).

Cecil Taylor - Indent

John Abercrombie & Ralph Towner - Sargasso Sea.

Philip Glass -Koyaanisqatsi OST.

Anouar Brahem - Le Pas Du Chat Noir

Kayhan Kalhor & Ali Akbar Moradi - In The Mirror Of The Sky.

Egberto Gismonti - Solo

Keith Jarrett - The Koln Concert.

Weather Report - Black Market.

Shivkumar Sharma / Brijbushan Kabra / Hariprasad Chaurasia - Call Of The Valley

Serge Gainsbourg - Histoire De Melody Nelson.

Murcof - Remembranza.

Leo Kottke - 6 & 12 String Guitar.

Radiohead - Kid A

Buena Vista Social Club

Cesaria Evora - Cabo Verde.

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25. Santana - Caravanserai

26. Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers

27. Deep Purple - Machinehead

 

Sorry, breaking the rules a bit, but had to add those.

 

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1. JS Bach - Toccata and Fugue in D minor

2. JS Bach - Ciaccona for Solo Violin

What can one say about these two pieces? I am lost for words to describe except to say that everything that follows is pale... 

 

3. Pink Floyd - The Wall 

The album that I connected with on a personal level as a youth. After all the years it still gets the juices flowing

 

4. The Beatles - Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band

Eclectic pop music perfected and utterly timeless. Such happy youthful memories are inspired by the songs on this album

 

5. Metallica - Master of Puppets

Pretty much started my journey through metal. Still one of the greatest genre albums

 

6. Kronos Quartet - Black Angels

An open mind let's in all kinds of influence. While nowadays this album is not an overall favourite, the interpretation of Quartet #8 by Dmitri Schostakovich still blows me away as much as it did in 1990. As a piece of music it's up there with Bach in terms of raw emotional power. Utterly devastating. 

 

7. Coroner - Grin 

Pretty much (almost) ended my journey through metal. To this day there is nothing that can compare to this work of art. 

 

8. Shellac - Live at Action Park

After metal I developed a taste for hardcore punk. This album is hell, as described by my younger half brother, and a fine version of hell it is. Albini and Co have never topped this (or their early singles, eg Billiard Player Song) 

 

9. Fugazi - In On the Killtaker

How to choose an album by Fugazi? This was the first one I bought, and it's ******* epic. Rend It, 23 Beats Off & Sweet and Low, one of the greatest ever song sequences. Ever. Period

Addendum: if Fugazi ever decide to reform and tour Oz, I will Totally. Lose. My. ****.

 

10. The Dillinger Escape Plan - Miss Machine

Well, this one came out of nowhere and ripped me a new one. The combination of savage hardcore, math metal and cock rock completely threw me and (almost) restored my faith in the heavy metal scene. 

 

11. Tomahawk - Anonymous

I have to give credit to Mike Patton for his great period of creativity. He might be an arrogant bastard, but collaborative music like this renders personality irrelevant. This album is made up of traditional American Indian songs, interpreted with genuine vigour in Tomahawk's idiosyncratic style. Brave and original in concept. 

 

To be continued...... 

 

 

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Evening Folks.

 

I've just spent half an hour making this list, and it's more a reflection of my younger years, as I grew up and left school.  Not an easy challenge off the cuff, but in sort of chronicle order at first until I found Maiden and Metal...

 

ABBA – Arrival

Kiss – Dynasty

Kiss Alive I

Iron Maiden – The Number of the Beast

Heaven – Twilight of Mischief

Judas Priest – Screaming for Vengeance

Scorpions – Blackout

Black Sabbath – Sabbath Bloody Sabbath

The Angels – Two Minute Warning

Choirboys - Choirboys

ACDC – Back in Black

Ozzy Osbourne – Blizzard of Oz

Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy

Pink Floyd – The Wall

Budgie – Never Turn Your Back on a Friend

Motorhead – No Sleep ‘til Hammersmith

Megadeth – Rust in Peace

Anthrax – Among the Living

The Cult – Electric

Nirvana – Nevermind

Janes Addiction – Ritual de lo Habitual

Scatterbrain – Here Comes Trouble

Guns ‘n’ Roses – Appetite for Destruction

Strapping Young Lad - Alien

 

Edit - I just tried to edit the gaps between lines, sorry 'bout that... no can do.

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Led zep- 1 2 3 4

Beatles- Abbey road

Aerosmith- First album( I remember driving up and down the east coast living in my HD wagon listening to my pioneer speakers trying to handle the volume.)

Aerosmith- Rocks

PF-DSOTM (of course)

Masters Apprentices-I do have an album but remember seeing them in 6th grade at a school concert. About 1969 I think.

The Angels-all( saw them so many times)

Stones-Get your ya ya's out

Stones-Beggars banquet

Hawkwind-After sampling some funny mushrooms Hurry on sundown is forever in my head.

Cream-Live

Judas Priest-Sad wings of destiny

Lou Reed-Live and rock and roll animal( awesome band)

Tom Petty-any

Paul Kelly- Under the sun( Memories)

David Bowie-Ziggy and recently Blackstar( what an album. Has an influence on me now!)

Creedence- Cosmo's Factory

Divinyls. I saw them so many times( Yes I had the hots for Chrissy)

 

I may have come up short of 24 but it's getting late and that list had a big influence back in the day.

 

 

 

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Nice thread @Batty

 

It's tough picking just 25.  In rough chronological/autobiographical order, with no deference to the 'album' proper:

 

1. The Best of Pete Seeger

2. 20 Loony Tunes

These are my earliest memories of having my own records and favourites, aged 5-6. My favourite Pete Seegar track was the African Folk story 'Abi Yoyo', every word and pause counted and I still remember them all. And the leftie folk songs that were so earnest and righteous and joyful. Then there's an inspired (K-Tel) compilation of whacky novelty songs: Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs, Nervous Norvus, Lonnie Donegan, the Chipmunks and the Coasters.

 

3. The Blues Brothers Original Soundtrack

A friend gave this (Bali pirate tape) to me when I was 9. I loved it then, and when I saw the movie soon after it was my instant and enduring favourite. It sowed a deeper seed too. 

 

4. Back in Black - AC/CD

A couple of years later I discovered AC/CD through a friend who had a bunch of tapes from his dad/uncle. This was the first album I remember buying with my own money (a twofer with The Razor's Edge). 

 

5. O.G. Original Gangster - Ice T

Music took a back seat to cricket in early high school. Most of grunge and gangster rap passed me by, but I loved this album. Listened to a lot, then put it aside. Coming back to it years later, it held up just fine. 

 

6. Blood Sugar Sex Majik - Red Hot Chili Peppers

In hindsight my first taste of funk and for a while the only vaguely contemporary band I listened to much as I took a classic rock puritan turn.

 

7. Blonde on Blonde - Bob Dylan

8. Abbey Road - Beatles

9. Let It Bleed - Rolling Stones

At 15 for reasons I can't remember I dug into my parents' Bob Dylan records, found a life long favourite and opened the door on a new phase of musical discovery. This was around the time my family got its first CD player, and I started to build a collection. For a few years I lived and breathed 60s rock. Many favourites from this period but Dylan, Beatles, Stones seemed to stand apart.

 

10. Giants of the Blues

My dad gave me this 4CD set of urban blues. Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf, John Lee Hooker, Little Walter, BB King. So I got, or always had, an ear for blues. I was often first drawn to the blues cuts on rock albums. It's a limited form and I see why people get bored with it. But only boring people get bored. 

11. Ah Um - Charles Mingus

I'd heard some stuff before but this was my first jazz wow moment. He plays bass like he's riding a wild animal and winning.

 

12. Stand - Sly & the Family Stone

13. Star Time - James Brown

14. I Never Loved a Man... - Aretha Franklin

Around 18, the seed sown by the Blues Brothers flowered. Funk and soul became my new (old) favourite thing. Still can't get enough of the funky stuff. 

 

. . .

 

Picking up from @Dave O))) I reckon lists are more interesting with a few reasons why. But it does slow you down and I'll have to come back to it.

 

 

 

 

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Not in order

Live after Death - Iron Maiden  (This album changed my life)

Into the Gap - Thompson Twins (first “Band” I followed)

Arrival - ABBA  (helped me appreciate melody)

Passion and Warfare - Steve Vai

Jonathon Livingston Seagull - Neil Diamond (my childhood, love of music)

You don’t bring me flowers - Neil Diamond

Altered State - Tesseract (helped me get over the death of my dog Russell)

Reign in Blood - Slayer

Master of Puppets - Metallica

Conspiracy- King Diamond

A Show of hands - Rush

Rebel Yell - Billy idol

A Road to Hell - Chris Rea

Man of Colors - Ice House

Lykaia - Soen

The Bridge - Billy Joel

The Piano - Michael Nyman

Dynasty - Kiss

Hunting high and low - A-ha

Final conversation of kings - The Butterfly Effect

Migration - Dave Grusin

Awake - Dream Theater

Greatest Hits - Air Supply ( those harmonies)

The best of -  Rolf Harris

Chronicles - Rush

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, emesbee said:

Batty, to my ears, Eldorado seems to be something of a standout for ELO, though I daresay not all would agree.

Don't know any Helicopter bands though, sorry.

 

Roy Wood's Helicopters 

 

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Ah, of course, how did I not know that! I was something of a Roy Wood fan from his time with The Move, formation of ELO and Wizzard, but I lost interest after that. He was quite inventive in the early days, but seems to me he got stuck in a rut in later years. I love his solo album Boulders though.

 

 

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King Crimson - Lark's Tongues in Aspic - My avatar, one of the most amazing records of all time, even if the band were less than happy in the years afterwards. Can only imagine what it would have been like had they captured what they were after.

 

Terry Callier - Timepeace - Discovered in a record shop in Reading by my son. He bought it home and I was hooked. Lazarus Man is not only a hell of a test for your speakers it's also one hell of a story.

 

Mike Oldfield - Ommadawn - His apotheosis, no ifs, no buts.

 

Frank Zappa - Chunga's Revenge - An encapsulation of his brilliance. 

 

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Emerson, Lake & Palmer - The promise shown on this album was never fully realised.

 

Yes - Close to the Edge - The title track is to be my funeral music. That should piss off my Smooth FM listening brothers.

 

Brand X - Moroccan Roll - Promoted as a sort of Phil Collins side project at the time, but it's anything but. Jazz fusion of a sort, in the same way that AWB sold their coals to Newcastle.

 

Santana - Caravanserai - Another apotheosis. From the big break out of Woodstock and then Abraxas and the under-rated third album we end up here. Almost perfect in every way.

 

Bakery - Momento - Bigger than Ben Hur in Perth at the time. A great, great band who never really got the chance to make a record that truly did them justice. This will have to do.

 

Peter Gabriel - Peter Gabriel (take your pick) - The first four albums are hard to separate for musical goodness. SQ on the first was abysmal, thanks to Bob Ezrin.

 

Thomas Blug Band - The Best Of - Thank you Spotify. A stream of emails with the cover of this arrived in mid 2013. The photo reminded me of Phil Manning so I thought that I would give it a listen. One of the greatest but mostly unknown players making music of the highest caliber. Absolutely riveting guitarist.

 

Genesis - Selling England by the Pound - The distillation of "Englishness" in one superb album. This and The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway are to live for.

 

Unitopia - One Night in Europe - By the time I heard of this South Australian band they had broken up and disappeared. One of my favourite live recordings of all time. World class.

 

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here - Forget DSOtM, this is the best thing that they ever did.

 

Bill Bruford - Feels Good to Me - First solo outing from the former Yes/King Crimson drummer, and it's ALL about the music, not the drummer.

 

Weather Report - Mysterious Traveler - The greatest revolving/evolving fusion band ever to enter a recording studio. This is my personal favourite. YMMV

 

Richard Thompson - Across a Crowded Room - My re-introduction to RT. Picked up a copy because every review I read was a rave. They were spot on.

 

The Who - Quadrophenia - Pete Townshend has somehow always spoken directly to my heart but never more so than on this epic of alienation and yearning. The crowning glory of The Who.

 

Talking Heads - Fear of Music - Where a pretty good New Wave band became a GREAT band!

 

Ben Sidran - On The Cool Side - Sidran has been around for a long, long time. If you remember the Linn/Naim-centric Hi-Fi magazine, The Flat Response, you couldn't have missed this guy. Wonderful album. I remember a young fellow from where I worked invited himself down to my place for a listen after he had heard that I owned an LP12, this was the first thing I played. I still recall the look on his face as the first few notes played. Awestruck. He's now a reviewer for Sound Stage Australia.

 

The Beatles - Abbey Road - At every party I went to as a teenager, after this came out you, could count on half of the attendees to turn up with a copy of this. At one point in Perth the album topped the singles  chart as it was selling so many copies.

 

Paul McCartney - Flaming Pie - He's done some ho-hum stuff, but this isn't one of them. Along with his next, Driving Rain, he had a real purple patch.

 

David Bowie - Heroes - This was where I boarded the Bowie bandwagon. Prior to this I had always considered him a bit iffy. I think the in-store promo in the UK summed it up at the time; "There's Old Wave, There's New Wave and There's David Bowie".

 

Deep Purple - Made in Japan - Before Heavy Metal was even a genre Deep Purple were the stand out rock band. Add the frisson of a live performance and you've got something special.

 

Also, a shout out to the first single I ever bought, and possibly set the blue-print to my musical life, MacArthur Park by Richard Harris. It had everything that excited me as a 14 year old.

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1. Beatles ,,Sgt Pepper

2 Fleetwood Mac ,, Self titled

3 Fleetwood Mac  ,,Rumours

4 Ac/Dc,, back in black

5 Pink Floyd,, A momentary lapse of reason

6 Midnight oil ,,10 to 1

7 Bryan Adams ,,Reckless

8 U2 ,,Joshua tree

9 Metallica ,,Black album

10 Guns & roses ,,use your illusion 1 & 2

11 Dire Straits ,,Brothers in arms.

12 Queen ,,Greatest hits 

13 Elton John Yellow brick road

14 Paul Mcartney Band on the run

15 Meatloaf ,,Bat out of Hell

16 ZZ top,, Eliminator

17 Pete Gabriel,, So

18 Bob Segar & the silver bullet band ,,Stranger in town

19 Talking Heads,,, Stop making sense

20 Beatles ,, Abbey road

21 ZZ Top,, Afterburner

22 Dire Straits ,,, Alchemy

23 Guns & Roses ,, Appetite for destruction

24 Doors,, LA Women

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21 minutes ago, metal beat said:

@JukKluk2    hey dude, a space between each album please.😀

 

 So hard to read atm .

How's that @metal beat easier on the eyes?

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23 hours ago, Wimbo said:

No Album hit me hard. Only songs.

 

Romeo and Juliet.

To sir With Love.

Darling be home soon. Slade.

The Weight. Smith.

Born to be Wild.

Ballad of Easy rider.

Have you ever seen the Rain.

Proud Mary.

Rolling Stone.

Im a Tiger. Lulu.

Coz I luv you.

Look wot you done. Sharpie days.

Skating away on the Thin Ice of a new Day. Jethro Tull.

Shes so Fine.

Friday on my Mind.

In the Ghetto.

Sentimental Friend . 

Ragamuffin Man. Manfred Mann.

I will Return. Springwater.

Wish you were here. Hard **** that is.

4 albums to finish.

Woodstock.

Blood on the Tracks.

EasyRider Sound track.

Crime of the Century. Trippin all four, with 4 mates.

Did you ever flip over to the B-side of Ragamuffin Man? A great song, completely different to RM, called, A "B" Side. Very moody, with a great guitar solo.

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28 minutes ago, JukKluk2 said:

Did you ever flip over to the B-side of Ragamuffin Man? A great song, completely different to RM, called, A "B" Side. Very moody, with a great guitar solo.

Wow mate. Thats unbelievable. Such a rare single. And yes I did. Great band. Saw them at the Rainbow in 78, though, it was his Earth Band then. 

And I've got 5 Ben Sidran Albums. Great Be Bop and great recordings.

My Fave Floyd album is Animals. All three are great Albums though of course.

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11 hours ago, Sime said:

 

Greatest Hits - Air Supply ( those harmonies)

The Drummer that toured the States with them, used to work at Len Wallis Audio. He was also the drummer for Taman Shud, Aerial and Spectrum.

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